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It could be any day

We’re virtually certain to get stuck with a mandatory storage law.

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“Gun owners in New York with children in their homes could soon face a misdemeanor charge if they don’t comply with the state’s safe storage requirements … Initially, the proposal imposed the requirement on all gun owners, but that language was struck from the bill on Thursday due to concerns from legislators, according to Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, a Westchester County Democrat who has sponsored the legislation for more than a decade. The amended language adds a violation with a maximum fine of $250 if a child, who doesn’t live at a residence, is “likely to gain access” to a gun … In light of the changes, Paulin anticipates the legislation is ready to pass both houses of the Legislature. “It could be any day,” she said …”

This crap has been around since the late 90s at least. It has been amended so many times it’s on like version 25. Everyone knows the idea is a stinker.

Niagara legislators say “red flag” law violates 2A

Here is text of the resolution IL-006-19.

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Voter guide for Public Advocate

The special election for NYC Public Advocate will be this Tuesday.

Gotham Gazette has a list of the nearly two dozen candidates running in the non-partisan election.  Because of the number of candidates one could win with a small plurality of votes.  The office itself is vaguely defined and has little actual power, but can be used as a soapbox and springboard for higher office as Letitia James did.  For this reason gun owners should make the best voting decision with the materials given.

Going down the list, vote AGAINST these candidates in order:

Victory shall be defined as Jumaane Williams losing.  He’s easily the worst of the bunch on 2A.

The rest of the candidates do not have public positions on guns that I’m aware of.

Rensselaer Co. Resolution P/47/19

The Rensselaer County Legislature will take up Resolution P/47/19 expressing their opposition to so-called “Red Flag” gun control laws at tomorrow’s regular meeting of the county legislature.

Given the state legislature already passed A-2689/S-2451 a couple of weeks ago this is little more than a political stunt by the GOP-majority county legislature.

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Grand Island Council member seeks 2nd Amendment support

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